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More people are likely worried about getting a sunburn than the flu these days but flu season will be here before you know it and doctors and nurses say it’s never too early to get a flu shot.
But there can be too many cars for a parking lot which was the inspiration 12 years ago for this drive thru flu shot clinic put on by the Cotton O-Neil Clinic at Stormont Vail Medical Center.
People lined up in their cars to get the shot starting at 9 yesterday morning at the first day of the drive-thru clinic.
No appointment is needed.
A registered nurse we talked to says it’s great for people who have trouble walking across hot parking lots to the doctors office.
The popular drive-thru clinic will be open September 10th through 12th and 17th through the 19th.
Any Cotton O’Neil patient, 19 years of age and older can participate in the drive-thru clinic. All others should visit one of the walk-in flu shot clinics.